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Old 02-02-2011, 04:32 PM
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New mods/bling with pics!

Added stripes (hood and hockey sticks) and billet bling. Removed the SRT8 stripes. With the exception of maybe replacing the engine cover (custom painted) I'm done with bling and graphics. Saving everything for the supercharger now.













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Looking good!!!! Like the stripe combination.
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Very nice!!
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very nice. What bracket is used to mount the catch can in that area?
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looks great AZ
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very nice. What bracket is used to mount the catch can in that area?
If I recall, there was something there already. Or the Moroso came with a bracket. That was a long time ago.
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Looks great! Only thing I'd say to do is get the Z-Bracket, trust me...makes emptying the oil soooo much easier, you can modify your braided hoses like I did if you switch with a dremel
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Looks good!
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Originally Posted by Rpaulg87 View Post
Looks great! Only thing I'd say to do is get the Z-Bracket, trust me...makes emptying the oil soooo much easier, you can modify your braided hoses like I did if you switch with a dremel
Actually, the Moroso has a drain **** - no unscrewing the bottom!
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